Université Paris-Dauphine creates an alumni chapter in New York
In the presence of Bertrand Lortholary (‘91), Consul General of France in New York, the gala evening presented an opportunity to reunite and meet alumni who are already very active in New York, especially in the world of finance. The gathering of alumni now takes on formal status as a chapter.
Current students, who have been big supporters in the creation of this chapter, benefit from partnerships between Dauphine and New York University and Brooklyn College.
At present, Paris-Dauphine has signed more than 300 partnership agreements in the world, including 60 with American schools.
This evening has also raised funds for Fondation Dauphine for travel grants, thus contributing to the University’s objective of providing all students a learning opportunity outside of France before graduation.
Université Paris-Dauphine is a major institution of higher education granting degrees in the field of organizational and decision sciences (management, economics, law, social sciences, journalism, mathematics, computer sciences). Université Paris-Dauphine is one of the leading universities in Europe in its field, with 570 professors, researchers and lecturers; 8,800 full-time students, of which 37% are enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree program, 56% in the Master’s degree program and 6% in PhD programs. The university offers 6 Bachelor’s and 22 Master’s specializations, and 5 fields for doctoral research, all of which are generally open to apprenticeship students. With more than 300 academic partnerships in the world, a campus in London and in Tunis, the launch of the 3 global bachelor programs in London, Madrid and Mannheim, Université Paris-Dauphine has considerable global reach.
Université Paris-Dauphine is the founding member of Paris Sciences et Lettres Research University, and is the only EQUIS-accredited French university and member of the Conference des Grandes Ecoles.
To learn more: www.dauphine.fr
About Fondation Paris-Dauphine
Fondation Paris-Dauphine was created in 2008. A source of funding for innovative projects, the foundation supports six major areas of development at the university: research, international expansion, entrepreneurship, equal opportunity, access to culture and campus renovation. The foundation currently funds eight teaching and research chairs, the Dauphine incubator, and the equal opportunity program.
To learn more: www.fondation.dauphine.fr